Jasprit Bumrah is the best white ball bowler in Indian cricket history – veterans sing praises

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Jasprit Bumrah’s match-winning performance against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup is being praised everywhere. Some are calling him the greatest white ball bowler in the history of Indian cricket while others are calling him the greatest match winner. While defending 119 runs against Pakistan, Bumrah took three wickets for just 14 runs in his quota of 4 overs. His three wickets were crucial for India as Bumrah along with Mohammad Rizwan and Iftikhar Ahmed hunted Pakistan captain Babar Azam.

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After the match between India and Pakistan, Irfan Pathan called him the best white ball bowler in the history of Indian cricket. He told the Star Sports show, “In the commentary box, before Jasprit Bumrah bowled the last two overs, I said he is the bank of India. He is very safe. He is such a great bowler that whenever he bowls, you know it. He will bowl with the line and length that will keep the Indian team in the game.”

Pathan further said, “He is a special qualification. He is the best white-ball bowler in the history of Indian cricket and that is the point. Nobody comes close to him.”

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Mohammad Kaif wrote about Bumrah that whatever the format, whatever the situation, Bumrah is the biggest match winner.

Along with this caption, Kaif has posted a video in which he is seen saying that Bumrah has no ‘bhi’ in world cricket.

Let us tell you that Pakistan could score only 113 runs against India’s 119 runs. India won this match by 6 runs. Bumrah was awarded the player of the match for his brilliant bowling. t20 World Cup India have played two matches so far and Bumrah has been the player of the match in both these matches. Pakistan first won this award in a match against Ireland by Boom-Boom.

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